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Chris Wilkinson

Chris has toured extensively with the RSC. He has twice been nominated for Manchester Evening News Best Actor Awards.

In 2012 he directed Vanessa Rosenthal’s play “Karen’s Way” which played at York Theatre Royal and Seven Arts in Leeds, before travelling to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and, in 2013, to the Stage 1 Festival in Jerusalem. He also played Ashley Croucher in Robin Herford's production of “Sugar Daddies” by Alan Ayckbourn at the Oldham Coliseum.

In 2014 he is appearing at the same theatre playing Ernest in “Bedroom Farce”, again directed by Robin Herford.

Many TV credits include Seeing Red, Cardiac Arrest, Brass Eye, Hetty Wainthrop, Heartbeat and The Beiderbecke Tapes.

He has directed here and abroad, including his own work.

Apart from his stage appearances for Yellow Leaf, he appeared as Salter in Caryl Churchill’s “A Number” at the Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough. In 2010 he directed “Haunted” for Cotton Grass Theatre in Derbyshire, and in 2011 played Sir Cecil in William Douglas Home’s “The Kingfisher” for Rumpus Theatre in Chesterfield and Chatham.

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